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What does flush mount light fixture mean?
Flush mount lighting sits directly against the ceiling and shines light downward. Because there's no space between the ceiling and the light itself, flush mount lights are ideal in rooms with short ceilings and for keeping dust and debris away from the bulb and shade.
Flush mount lights can be placed anywhere on a room's wall, including corners, edges, or any other area that is not visible from the front of a room. They can also be placed on a wall near an opening or near an object that is not visible to all eyes in a room. The only requirement for placing flush mount lights is that they must be above or behind objects that are not visible from all sides of the room. If you're planning to place flush mount lights around your home or office, it may be helpful to have some basic information about them first so you know what they are going to look like in your home environment.
What is the difference between flush mount and semi-flush mount lighting?
A semi-flush mount naturally hangs down several inches, while a flush mount sits directly on the ceiling.
A semi-flush mount sits directly on the ceiling, while a flush mount hangs down several inches, leaving airspace between the ceiling and the fixture.
A semi-flush mount sits directly on the ceiling, while a flush mount hangs down several inches, leaving an airspace between the fixture and the floor.
How do you know what size flush mount to buy?
A good flush mount fixture will fit well within your room, and will add value to your room without adding weight or material to the room.
Fixtures should be tall enough to accommodate both lamps and screen, but not so tall that they block the light coming in from the windows. They should also be sturdy enough to hold up against a lot of abuse without collapsing or fraying. A good rule of thumb is that if the height of your fixture is 14 inches high and it has a width of 18 inches, it’s going to be about 6 feet long. If it’s 20 inches high and its width is 18 inches, it’s going to be about 9 feet long. You can get by with a shorter fixture if you want but if you want something longer than an inch or two then you need something taller – in feet, add together the width and length of the room then convert this sum to inches. This would dictate how tall (in feet) your new fixture will be